Successful private investing involves far more than merely writing a check in return for a stake in a business. Investors play a key role in nurturing portfolio companies and helping them achieve their potential. But that role and resulting investment outcomes vary significantly based on the kind of investments the firm targets.
The newly released fourth and final part of the Strategic Investment in Health Care Innovation series from Concord Health Partners and the AHA Center for Health Innovation explains “Why Growth Equity is Increasingly a Good Fit for Innovation Investors.”
The report explains the growth equity “sweet spot” that exists in the middle of a continuum between the least and most mature private-company investments and analyzes risks associated with venture capital and buyout private-equity strategies.